Famous Eateries in Asia That Have Now Opened in Singapore

Famous Eateries in Asia That Have Now Opened in Singapore

From mango soft-serves to halal beef noodles, Asia’s most famous eateries are taking this sunny island by storm. Buckle up because it’s time to eat your heart out!

Want to travel but you’re maxed out for the month? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! We have the perfect plan for you to travel overseas – without actually crossing the sea. 

Located within Singapore are a couple of newly opened Asian eateries that hail from all over Asia. After all, if you can’t be there, the least you can do is eat their cuisine and pretend that you are.

1. Maxi Mango (Philippines)

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Say hello to the Philippines’ wildly popular Maxi Mango! We’re so excited that we’re willing to put ourselves through its long queues. One of the hottest soft-serve brands in the Philippines, this chain has seen over 43 outlets pop up in less than a year! 

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Their secret? Maxi Mango strictly uses real, fresh mangoes that are shipped directly from their homeground. Grab your besties and head on down -ice cream is all you need to brave the Singapore heat, after all

Capitol Piazza, 13 Stamford Rd, #B2-29, Singapore 178905

2. Monga by NoNo (Taiwan)

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Founded by Taiwanese celebrity NoNo, Monga by NoNo boasts over 45 outlets in the world, including Malaysia, the Philippines, and even the UK! With a trusted recipe and unique cutting procedures, Monga by NoNo promises the next level-fried chicken experience. Serving up “minimally 2cm thick” slabs of chicken cutlet coated with different seasoning, Monga claims this helps the cutlet remain juicy despite being deep-fried. We’re sold! Who doesn’t love juicy fried chicken?!

JEM, 50 Jurong Gateway Road, #B1-K10, Singapore 608549 

3. Xing Fu Tang (Taiwan)

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This one’s for the boba addicts: literally translating to ‘Realm of Happiness’ – this Taiwanese bubble tea joint has travelled all the way to Singapore and is sure to give you all the happiness you need! 

Most famous for their fresh stir-fried brown sugar pearls, Xing Fu Tang drinks are made out of the highest quality – they only use Meiji Milk and their tea leaves are imported from Taiwan! This boba cafe even has a unique open-kitchen layout that allows customers to witness the pearl making process. Be sure to pop on down and witness the magic unfold!

Century Square, #01-22, 2 Tampines Central 5, Singapore 529509

4. Fong Sheng Hao (Taiwan)

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Toast lovers are in for a treat! Originating from Taiwan’s Shilin Night Market, Fong Sheng Hao is widely known for its authentic charcoal-grilled toast. Their bread, made with anhydrous milk fat (a form of butter), is like no other. This secret recipe was created by the founder’s family, who also runs bakeries in Taiwan. Fun fact: Singapore is actually Fong Sheng Hao’s first international outpost! From its charming meu design to friendly service crew, get yourself ready for a scrumptious Taiwanese culinary experience! 

Paya Lebar Quarter Mall, #B2-04,15 Paya Lebar Rd, Singapore 409049

5. Mom’s Touch (South Korea)

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Calling all fried chicken lovers: with over 1200 stores in South Korea, popular fast-food chain Mom’s Touch has set its shores for sunny Singapore. Known for their fried chicken, this chain eatery prepares their chicken by hand and marinates them in its special signature seasoning. Yum! Be sure to check out their Incredible Burger – it was voted as the most delicious burger by Korean college students in 2016. 

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Paya Lebar Quarter, #01-37,10 Paya Lebar Rd, Singapore 409057

6. Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef (China)

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Fancy some noodles? One of China’s most famous Lanzhou Lamian restaurants has made their new home in Singapore – and it’s halal! The Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef noodle bowls are customizable, with noodles hand-stretched and made from the finest protein flour. We recommend first timers try the original Signature Beef Noodles. Get this: you can even get FREE top-up of noodles! And if you’re not into beef, Tongue Tip Lanzhou Beef also offers non-beef alternatives such as their newly launched Chicken Fillet Noodles.

Jurong Point, #03-105 Jurong West Central 3, Jurong Point, 648331

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